Here is a vintage Cat Stevens performance, public broadcasted by the BBC in 1971.
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Live at BBC TV, London, England
(re-broadcasted/taped on May 22, 2009)
02. Tuesday's Dead
03. Wild World
04. How Can I Tell You
05. Maybe You're Right
06. I Love My Dog
07. Bitter Blue
08. Change IV
09. Into White
10. Father & Son
Total length of disc: 00:39:06
Cat Stevens - vocals, guitar, piano
Larry Steele - bass
Alun Davies - guitar
This is one of the "IN CONCERT" programs the BBC did in the early 70's. The format was a studio, artists playing acoustic (or what we would call "unplugged" nowadays!), and a small audience. I know there is a version of this concert circulating with on the same dvd James Taylor and Neil Young (NTSC) and The Kinks, The Eagles, Elton John, and Neil Diamond (PAL). There is also a compilation DVD of Cat Stevens which contains this concert. This version is IMO an upgrade to these.
Because of the fact that db.etree etc. has different dates listed for this concert, I left the day and month of this concert unspecified.
Lineage: Digital Cable TV Broadcast (NPS) > Thomson DC/62UPC > Scart cable > Philips DVDR3600 > DVD > PC
Additional editing: Sony Vegas > DVD Architect (menu and chapters)
Video: PAL 25 fps, 4:3 (720 x 576), MPEG2 9216 kbps
Audio codec: AC3 CBR, 48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)
Taped/edited by jabulon/brotherawest